Posts in Windows Touch

Introducing Windows Product Scout

By Mark Relph

Let’s talk about Perhaps one of the greatest benefits of Windows is choice – of how you want to use your PC, of hardware, of devices, of software and web It is our amazing ecosystem of partners that brings choice… Read more

A Closer Look at AutoCAD Freestyle

By Brandon LeBlanc

Almost a year ago at Windows 7 GA on 22nd, our friends at Autodesk did a guest blog post talking about a new product they were showing off called “Project Cooper”. Project Cooper was to be a new offering from… Read more

Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7 Now Available

By Brandon LeBlanc

The Microsoft Touch Pack for Windows 7 was first introduced last May as a series of 6 applications that are designed to showcase Windows Touch in Windows 7 and to help people learn touch It consists of 3 casual games,… Read more

Availability of Visual Studio 2010 & .NET Framework 4 Announced

By Brandon LeBlanc

Today Microsoft is announcing the availability of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework   Somasegar, Senior Vice President of the Developer Division here at Microsoft, has posted about the release of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 and the… Read more

Develop for Windows

By Brandon LeBlanc

As developers evolve, so do their And, we are evolving with To-date, Windows 7 has sold a record-breaking 90 million licenses making it the fastest selling operating system in This creates an awesome opportunity for developers to create some stunning… Read more

Fujitsu Reveals New Extremely Small Multitouch PC

By Brandon LeBlanc

PCs just keep getting smaller and more “touchable”! Fujitsu revealed yesterday the LifeBook UH900 which is ultra-thin but also ultra-lightweight, and The LifeBook UH900 is a Windows 7 PC (of course!) that comes with the following specs: Intel Atom Z530… Read more